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Getting Started

Getting started on Kids Boost immunity as a teacher is easy! Simply follow these four simple steps:

1) Register as a teacher  

Click the register button, choose ‘teacher’ & sign up using your school email address.    

After submitting your registration, within 24hrs you should receive an email from KBI asking you to click on a link to confirm your email address (be sure to check your SPAM folder if you don’t receive it). Once your email has been confirmed, your registration will be reviewed by KBI staff to provide you with teacher privileges. The review process can take up to three business days. We will then send a second email informing you that your account has been activated, prompting you to login and allowing you to create a team for your class.

2) Decide what you want to teach

Log in to the site using your username (email address) and password and click on the ‘Lessons & Quizzes’ tab. Review the materials and decide on which topics you would like to teach by browsing the various lessons and quizzes found under ‘Science’ and ‘Social Studies’.

*pro tip*

Although KBI is tailored for grades 4-12, there are specific grades that are particularly a great fit within each provincial/territorial curriculum. To find out how KBI fits with your province/territory's learning outcomes, click on the relevant province below.

British Columbia
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Northwest Territories
Prince Edward Island

3)   Create your team

  • When logged in, go to the “My Teams” link and click on the “Add Team” button and create a team for your class.

4) Ask your students to register to your team to start ‘learning and earning’!

At the start of the lesson, get your students to register to your team using their personal device or school computer by having them click the ‘Register’ button on the homepage. Students then will be prompted to take an introduction quiz to orient them to the how the site works. After that, direct them to the topic you want to study for that day and start the lesson. Vaccines are donated to UNICEF as rewards for learning through online quizzes that your students take at the end of each lesson.   

If you have any questions, please email:

Last modified: 
Jul 3, 2019